Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger Appears On Conan (VIDEO)

Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger Appears On Conan (VIDEO)

Land of Punt should be a record executive. We have an ear for great rock music.

Don’t believe us? Check this out: the first time LOP heard Kings of Leon, Sublime, Oasis, Beck, and Bourgeois Tagg we knew they were going to be big. Call it a Knack… and we knew they were going to be special too.

To continue our long line of ear achievements, LOP is pleased to announce its next find, the Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger.

GOASTT is duo composed of Sean Lennon, 35, and model Charlotte Kemp Muhl, 23. Lennon, who is of course the son of John Lennon and Yoko Ono, is a bona fide musician while Kemp Muhl barely has her training wheels remove.

Sean Lennon of Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger

“She’s really learned a lot about chords and melodies in the last four years. I’ve never seen somebody figure it out so quickly,” says Lennon about Kemp Muhl’s musical development.

Things are really happening for the couple. They’ve just finished a January-tour of the United States promoting their latest album, Acoustic Sessions (released October of 2010).

And they are fresh off of performances on Jimmy Kimmel Live and Conan. The latter appearance, which was Land of Punt’s introduction to the band, can be viewed below.

So we’re late to the party—big deal! LOP said we had an ear for music, we never said anything about good timing.

Nonetheless, the pair is set to release their second opus, La Carotte Bleue, on Feb. 11. That album should add some dates to their concert schedule; I feel a late spring or summer tour coming on.

Charlotte Kemp Muhl of Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger

According to Charlotte’s Creative Loading, GOASTT puts on a pretty good show. Here’s their final verdict from GOASTT’s Jan. 13 gig at The Evening Muse:

It was a great show with the right amount of humor and none of the flash. I don’t think anyone denies the name recognition that helped to make this a sold out show, but I think the songwriting and talent is solid enough for them to have strong footing in the music landscape. Lennon is a humble, genuine person that has found his muse in Kemp Muhl. There seems to be an overflow of male-female duets these days, but let’s face it, they work.

The twosome is well aware that “who they are” (the progeny of a former-Beatle and a drop-dead gorgeous model) draws more of a crowd than what they sing.

“When people don’t know the music, and you can’t expect them to yet, they’ll go for whatever superficial reason they are going,” says Kemp Muhl. “But eventually when people hear the music, they’ll come for the right reasons.”

Land of Punt agrees.

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